Oh, where do I begin? How about, I loved that nonsense! Who wouldn’t? But, there was some craziness going on, obviously!
First things first, my immediate fav, Tammie Brown, was booted off in the second episode. Oh gosh! I knew it was coming; she was a wee bit of a wack-a-doo! Seriously, people, try this one on for size; Drag Queens judging other Drag Queens for being different, that’s just some shit! I don’t think that math adds up! Hehehe… Ironic Drag Queens! What up, bitches!!! Also, Tammie Brown’s boy parts want to marry me! I know, I know, there’s the whole gay thing and that math really don’t add up, but that’s never stopped me before! Ugh! He’s so cute, with his little thrift store hobo chique thang going on. I think I’ll make him bite sized and carry him around in my pocket! All and all I love me some Tammie Brown, vintage queen, cutie pants!
Ok, now the bad! Akashia, bluh! She Never looked liked a pretty lady to me. Actually, he just looked like a dude in a dress. Now, as a boy he was fairly good looking, so why on earth would you go and fuck it up? Unless, that is some new thing I’m not yet hip to. ”Beat with the ugly stick Drag”? I’m cool, if that is the case! Also, what’s up with the skankness? He seemed to be a fan of Destiny’s Child, so he should take a hint from the diva’s: “Nasty put some clothes on, you lookin’ stank”! To me, out of all the ladies, he looked the worst! GOO! I’m not even going to touch on his attitude/personality because, I quite enjoyed it! Being totally dumb and oblivious = great television! (Ok so I did mention it, sue me)
On to my amusements: Ongina, love her! Cute, perky, tiny and shiny, just like me! What’s not to love?! Ok, then there is Vegas lady, Shannel, she really irked me, but then she just kind of grows on you like that weird vine costume she wore! Sure, she was a know it all, we all know one or five, but she was super pretty and damn, that ass!!!! It was HAWT! (Indeed, I used the “aw” spelling to indicate how hot she is) For real! Thanks men, for making me look like one of those creepy lesbots! Can’t forget Jade, or maybe you can! Actually, she reminded me of my fiery Latina friend, Judy, who just may cut my ass for making that comparison, but it’s true! Last, but not least: Victor/Victoria/Pork Chop! She was great, loved her representin’ the South, baby! And fatties! Kind of predictable she got the boot in the 1st ep. But whatev’.
And then there were 3: Rebecca Bebe, and Nina. Rebecca, Rebecca, you’re a lady of drag; super pretty, but super ass boring. You made me want to eat paper! Bebe was amazing, kind of scares the shit out of me, as do most tall people, me being 5 ft and all!! But Nina, oh Nina Flowers, how I lurved you! That bitch was awesome and deserved to win! I loved everything about her, she’s kind of a weirdo, kind of vintage, flawless, hilarious, and speaks broken English!! You know my ass, lovin’ some broken English. Well, Miss Nina surely was robbed, but I suspect we’ll see awesome drag things from her. Like maybe really cool music videos about shoes, or really rich Italian Satanists, I dunno, can’t wait. Ok, people, that’s my rant and you can kiss it! (whew! I think watching all 8 episodes in 24 hours really brought out the sass)
United Airlines is dropping an Indian customer call center that took compliments or complaints after a flight, telling customers to send a letter or e-mail instead.
The nation’s third-largest airline told workers on Tuesday that it would stop publishing its customer relations phone number, which will be turned off altogether at the end of April.
United spokeswoman Robin Urbanski said the airline is able to respond better to customers who write, since they often include more detail, making it possible to provide a more specific response.
Of all people to drop some ridiculous stereotypes and classifications, Kanye’s dumb ass promotes the gays and Japanese as the ones to watch in terms of knowing how to dress. His tone makes it seem that in his opinion this is the only redeeming quality of either of these demographics. Furthermore, this is another stereotype that isn’t remotely across the board. Case in point, my brother! Bless his uncoordinated self; I’d post a link to his myspace but that would shame the whole tribe.
I guess I could substantiate Kanye’s theory a little more by researching gay Japanese men, but that is just a little too far in left field for me.
If we ever had to respond to a REAL disaster, such as a bomb, terrorist attack, something horrible like that – I can’t even imagine how we would respond. The worst weapon would be to attack us with ice and snow, that seems to shut our shit down.
People are stranded at airports, bus stations, can’t get into shelters, stuck downtown with no bus in site, packed buses once they do arrive, cabs refusing to take people to certain areas of town, sidewalks still not salted, businesses not shoveling outside of their businesses, I could go on and on. I mean, the first day or two is a capacity issue, I get that. But it’s been several days now!
Seattle, your response has been pathetic and scarily revealing. If you can’t manage this, how on earth can you manage a true disaster?
UPDATE: Here’s the city’s response.
You might know that our current President is scrambling to get a whole lot of things passed that might not be the best for the American people, and here’s one that’s just come up with many more to follow. It’s kind of like when someone gets fired and deletes their hard drive, steals a bunch of office equipment, and spills a bunch of cold water in the copier machines – I mean, I’ve heard that kind of stuff happens.
The Bush administration announced its “conscience protection” rule for the healthcare industry Thursday, giving doctors, hospitals, and even receptionists and volunteers in medical experiments the right to refuse to participate in medical care they find morally objectionable.”This rule protects the right of medical providers to care for their patients in accord with their conscience,” said outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt.
The right-to-refuse rule includes abortion and other aspects of healthcare where moral concerns could arise, Leavitt’s office said, such as birth control, emergency contraception, in vitro fertilization, stem cell research and assisted suicide.The rule, to be published today in the Federal Register, takes effect the day before President Bush leaves office.
The only thing this clip does for me is that it further confirms my Izzie Theory! Maybe that’s not entirely true, but hasn’t the world already seen Heigl be the lame-date and Butler be the lead-XY in a flick?
I just don’t get it anymore (well, that’s neither here nor there) – I mean, I don’t comprehend religious justifications about anything these days.
Case In Point – Watch this video and tell me what you think
Be forewarned that it’s odd, extensively offensive, requires a semi long attention span, and displays some crazy people who for all you know could sit next to your cubicle on the daily.
Keep an eye out for the look on the face of the innocent bystander lady with a Dasani water bottle who has to cross through the mob about 5 1/2 mins into the protest mob display of aggression in NYC. Classic!
Main Entry: 1van·i·ty
1. Kitchen dancing to your own album
2. A small case or handbag for toilet articles used by women
Actually, I’m glad to know that I’m not the only one who still has a Soul Train line that includes the stove!!!
In other Common related news…. Today, CNN released a few thoughts from MR. UMC in regards to the future of hip hop and the impact of Barack Obama:
“I think hip-hop artists will have no choice but to talk about different things and more positive things, and try to bring a brighter side to that because, even before Barack, I think people had been tired of hearing the same thing,”.
I just knew today was going to be a rough commute!
Honolulu: 8 boxes of Gap panties fell off a delivery truck and were all over the highway. What’s the big deal; can we say “I completed all my regift shopping early this year”?
Orlando: Jesus statues are blocking an intersection and causing all kinds of fuss for commuters. Honestly, the last thing I need when I don’t use my blinker, slow-n-roll, and violate someone else’s right of way is Ceramic Jesus there watching me.
All that makes me think that I’m just going to call out tomorrow and play hookie!
I’d always thought Alabama was a pretty flat place but A&E found some mountains of which I was unaware. Check out the highs and lows of Marshall County, AL as well as some of other gems from the cradle of the confederacy.
These A-holes had a grand ole time and completely forgot about me – whatever!
Honestly, I don’t even know these people, but I was happy to see someone document their potential blackmail material because ‘No Cameras!’ is rule #1 for my Annual Paisley Gala.
If you are looking for something fun to do for the holidays then this is something I highlyrecommend. Some will have to try hard to find something to wear while others will just blend – IYKWIM…
(I think she won!)
Now, I didn’t say nothing when I saw you kissing on Jamie Foxx a few years back, but you know betta: It’s due on the 1st > Late on the 5th > Papers come after 60 > Yard sale at 120!!!
Lead role in The Color Purple or not, the bills have got to be paid!
“Ooooo Weeee, Barrino!”
It was such a nice house too, but in good southern tradition we are going to do our part to help you out. We are going to pass the offering plate this next Sunday at church for you and hopefully we’ll be able to send some baked goods your way as well. Of course, we do have to collect a 45% administrative cost for the offering, but it’ll be a’ight.
Now you may want to rekindle that debauchery you had with Mr. Foxx b/c you know he’s coming out with an album this week…
Velveeta grits are loaded with calories! I’m wondering if Jamie Spears may have shared his Southern Belle’s recipe with K-Fed while they were all shackin’ up together…? Maybe it’s from the heartbreak, divorce, alimonies, antidepressants, munchies, or loneliness but the boi has picked up a few this year.
Is it karma? What do you think?
DES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday in a pivotal same-sex marriage case that could echo throughout the nation and be far more difficult to challenge at the ballot box than a high-profile ruling in California, legal experts say.
The case, Varnum v. Brien,could make Iowa the first state in the Midwest to legalize gay marriage, says University of Iowa law professor Angela Onwuachi-Willig. Other high-court decisions favorable to gay rights advocates have come from traditionally liberal, coastal states: California, Massachusetts and Connecticut.
I know it’s somewhere in the middle, but there will be plenty of time to figure that out later. Depending upon how this goes down, maybe this will be the month I have all my innermost desires fulfilled:
1.) TI performed on SNL
2.) Kanye had a song on Grey’s Anatomy
3.) Gay marriage makes another step forward which may allow me to one day launch my new site, barnyard-match.com